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What does ‘whitelisted’ mean?

A whitelist is a list of e-mail addresses or domain names from which an e-mail blocking program will allow messages to be received. E-mail blocking programs, also called a spam filters, are intended to prevent most unsolicited e-mail messages (spam) from appearing in subscriber inboxes. But these programs are not perfect. Cleverly crafted spam gets … Continue reading “What does ‘whitelisted’ mean?”

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How do I know how many people are coming to my website?

Most hosting companies provide a web based traffic statistics than enable customers to see how successful their web site is. Statistics include useful numbers such as how many people have visited your website, and how much traffic (throughput) you have used. Most statistics are broken down into totals and averages for that day, month and … Continue reading “How do I know how many people are coming to my website?”

HootSuite releases Team Collaboration Tools for Twitter, Facebook and Social Media platforms

These Team Collaboration tools are specifically designed for collective message publishing and conversation monitoring by groups. This will allow enterprises and agencies to coordinate their efforts with colleagues and clients without sacrificing control over valuable account info or compromising the timeliness of messaging. Business and organizations can now assemble specific Teams to manage accounts, topics … Continue reading “HootSuite releases Team Collaboration Tools for Twitter, Facebook and Social Media platforms”

$1,130 raised for Alzheimers!

Many thanks to my generous friends, family and business associates who sponsored me for this year’s Alzheimer’s Walk on January 30, 2010. Zoe Lucyk Tom Weir Susan Oliver Benedet Susan Carey Sharon Wilcken Sector 57 Scugog Women’s Networking Breakfast Sandy Terry Placida Acheru Peter Cluff Paul Urban Pamela Mansfield Michelle Nichols Michael Rundle Meghan Delany … Continue reading “$1,130 raised for Alzheimers!”

Team Hubba Bubba raised $2,560 for Alzheimer Society!

I am very proud to be part of a team of people who raised $2560 for a cause which is near and dear to my heart, and obviously so many others! All told, 1/2 million dollars was raised for Alzheimer Society yesterday! Special thanks to those people who sponsored me personally- to the tune of … Continue reading “Team Hubba Bubba raised $2,560 for Alzheimer Society!”

Do you know someone with Alzheimers?

Tomorrow I am walking the 2010 Manulife Walk for Memories with my father Curtis Reid (Bubba) who lives with Alzheimer’s disease and my family who I am very proud of.  So far we’ve raised $2,285.50 and pledges are still coming in. Did you know that 1 in 13 Canadians above 65 is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or a … Continue reading “Do you know someone with Alzheimers?”

Team Hubba Bubba have raised over $1500 to date!

Including offline donations, Team Hubba Bubba have raised over $1500 to date for Alheimers Society.  Did you know that 1 in 13 Canadians above 65 is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia? Be a part of the solution! Visit the web page Alzheimer’s Society provides me with at https://secure.supportthealzheimersociety.ca/ParticipantPage.aspx?L=2&CCID=32&PID=5549&GC=GTv2 for the latest on … Continue reading “Team Hubba Bubba have raised over $1500 to date!”

What's Your Favourite Twitter Tool?

Just read cool post by Asavin Wattanajantra called… Social Media News, Insights and Tips… Twitter can make a great business tool – if you know how to use it. Many of the third-party Twitter applications transform the way it can be used, and some of these are “especially useful if you are working for a … Continue reading “What's Your Favourite Twitter Tool?”

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7 Google DIY Tips

Google shared best practices for websites that allow users to create their own websites or host users’ data, like Blogger or Google Sites. This class of websites is often referred to as freehosts, although these recommendations apply to certain “non-free” providers as well. Make sure your users can verify their website in website management suites … Continue reading “7 Google DIY Tips”

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5 Facts About Hosting That You Probably Don’t Know – But Should

Every year, your business pays for hosting. Just another routine service charge, right? Wrong! You’re paying for a safe home patrolled by a security guard to protect your website, your brand and your corporate identity. Does your website live in a safe neighbourhood? Websites reside, not in cyberspace, but in a physical location, on a … Continue reading “5 Facts About Hosting That You Probably Don’t Know – But Should”

2nd Day of Hope and Leadership Event (October 1, 2009) Oshawa, Ontario

Featuring: Denise Marek – Life By Design Ian Hill – The Changing Point Todd Skinner – The Growth Coach Dan Carter – Dan Carter Productions Eric Novak (Facilitator) – Modern Media Perspectives Sponsorships, corporate tables and individual tickets are all available. To book seats or for more information please call Paula Beebe at 905 261-6448 … Continue reading “2nd Day of Hope and Leadership Event (October 1, 2009) Oshawa, Ontario”

What does phishing mean?

Watch out for the black hats on Facebook!

If you see a message that says… (Your Friends Name) has faced some errors when checking your profile.  View the errors message or a message that says… Error Check System or something else that you did not expect, and might not want to trust, it’s best to ignore them because reports share that they do nasty … Continue reading “Watch out for the black hats on Facebook!”

Way to Go Alzheimer Society of Toronto!

Hats off to Alzheimer Toronto for organizing the 2009 Manulife Financial Walk for Memories on January 31, 2009 at Allen Labert Galleria, Brookfield Place, on Yonge Street, in Toronto, Ontario to raise funds for Alzheimer Society. Alzheimer Society sure does know how to put on a fun and organized rally filled with super heros, celebrities, … Continue reading “Way to Go Alzheimer Society of Toronto!”

Did you know that 1 in 13 Canadians above 65 is affected by Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia?

I will be walking in the 2010 Manulife Walk for Memories on Saturday, January 30 (Toronto’s underground Path) in honour of Bubba and all of those living with Alzheimer’s disease.  Please consider joining our team “HUBBA BUBBA”.   Here are some of the pictures I took at last year’s walk:   Click here to visit … Continue reading “Did you know that 1 in 13 Canadians above 65 is affected by Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia?”